[petsc-users] When pull the petsc-dev for update:Connection timed out

Zhenglun (Alan) Wei zhenglun.wei at gmail.com
Sun Nov 25 18:25:30 CST 2012

> On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 12:59 AM, Zhenglun (Alan) Wei 
> <zhenglun.wei at gmail.com <mailto:zhenglun.wei at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Dear Sean,
>          Thank you so much for your help. Here I have another question.
>          After updating the PETSc, I tried to 'make ex45' in
>     /src/ksp/ksp/example/tutorial/. It says that 'petscksp.h' can not
>     be found; therefore, I commented this library in ex45.c to see
>     what will happen. It, then, shows that the 'petscdmmg.h' can not
>     be found. Any idea on this? :)
> Since DMMG is gone, baby gone, this means your environment (PETSC_DIR) 
> is still pointing to an old version of PETSc.
      Since my PETSc was updated, the PETSC_DIR of the new version of 
the PETSc should be the same as the old version of the PETSc, isn't it?
      BTW, it works after I re-configure and make the PETSc. However, I 
found that it as a lot of dummy things in the ex45.c, i.e.:




      It seems that the update changes the original program of ex45.c by 
adding fractions of the new code into the old code. It confused me a 
lot. Is there any way that I can just replace the old code by the new code?


>     thanks,
>     Alan
>         On Sun, Nov 25, 2012 at 4:16 PM, Zhenglun (Alan) Wei
>         <zhenglun.wei at gmail.com <mailto:zhenglun.wei at gmail.com>> wrote:
>             Thank you Sean,
>                 I changed the
>             $ cd config/buildsystem
>             $ hg showconfig paths.default
>                 to
>             https://bitbucket.org/petsc/buildsystem
>                It gives me 2 extra changes.
>         Great! Glad to know it's working.
>                  Although, it always giev me the warning of
>             'certificate not verified',
>             it updated lots of files. Should I just ignore this warning?
>         You could ignore those warnings, yes, but it would probably be
>         better
>         to upgrade your mercurial and see if the host fingerprint option
>         works. Or you could try to use the ssh protocol, assuming your
>         university proxy allows ssh out.
>                BTW, the reason I used 'https' instead of 'http' is
>             that 'https' is shown
>             in the website you gave to me. :) It may needs to be changed.
>         Well, as I said previously, bitbucket redirects all http
>         traffic to
>         https, so I don't think changing it to just http would really
>         work.

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